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Sharjah to launch electronic tenancy contracts
Tenants will be able to attest their contracts online
Just last week my One Bedroom hall.The rent incrased from 17,000 to 20,000 dhs.My friend and me stay in same floor.My friend only pay 18,000 dhs.Renewed this year only.Don't you think it is unfair what that landlord did to me?
c.philip, shj, United Arab Emirates
It will be very nice if the sharjah authority makes it a strict rule that only after 3 years rents can be increased or they should not register if the rent is increased in the 2nd /3rd year .. This will control the building landlords and they will never tell us to get out of the premises..Most of the tenant's are scared to go to the authority and complain , cause the landlord should not create any problem to the tenant. and they are forced to pay the increased rent...PLEASE SHARJAH AUTHORITY LOOK IN TO THIS
sharon, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
The landlords are increasing the rent abnormally every year irrespective of the rent cap for the first three years. The muncipality may add the rent cap point in the tenancy contract will help the tenant at the time of renewal.
Thirunavukkarasu, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
May I ask authorities to streamline the rents in line with this initiative so that people dont suffer due to increase in rents and commission. Leaving this decision up to landlords creating chaos for many people and therefore no control over what should be the ideal rent. I have a feeling that online attestation and visibility of rent will help people to be clear about their own rights and therefore can bring social harmony. Thank you UAE for everything.
Jamil Tekedil, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
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